Feature Request <https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=756601>,
attachment 313345

To make the Toolbox look better and more consistent with the rest of
GIMP. I suggest that the "You can drop dockable dialogs here" be
dropped and the Toolbox Widgets be forced to the bottom leaving room
for dialogs to be docked at the bottom of the tool box.

This label is not really needed as when users first start up GIMP
there is already a dialog underneath the toolbox so right off the get
go they know that you can place dialogs here. If the user decides to
take this dialog and place it anywhere else, now there is this ugly
label telling them what they already know they can do. This may even
be insulting to users, as you are saying they need a big banner to
tell them how to use your software.

This is also very inconsistent from the rest of the GIMP. One because
of the label. and two because the entire box that contains this lable
gets lit up when you bring a dialog back to the toolbox. This is a bit
strange when every other place you can place a dialog there is a thin
~5px line that lites up that tells you that you can place it there.

Now that this label is gone what is to be done with the Toolbox
wegits?  Well I think they should be forced to the bottom of bottom of
the Toolbox.

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